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Koller, K. (2014). Extent of BGSU student food insecurity and community resource use. Honors Project.
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Murphy, J. F., & Tobin, K. J. (2011). Homelessness comes to school. Kappan Magazine.
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Ringer, B.D. (2015). College students experiencing homelessness: the consequence of failed macro policies. McNair Scholars Research Journal.
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Vissing, Y. M., & Diament, J., (1997). Housing distress among high school students. Social Work.
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Geckler, C., Beach, C., Pih, M., & Yan, L., (2008). Helping community college students cope with financial emergencies. mdrc.
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Titus, M. A., (2006). Understanding college degree completion of students with low socioeconomic status: the influence of the institutional financial context. Research in Higher Education.
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Davis, R. J. (2006). College access, financial aid, and college success for undergraduates from foster care. National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
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Koller, K. (2014). Extent of BGSU student food insecurity and community resource use. Honors Project. Retrieved from Here.
Murphy, J. F., & Tobin, K. J. (2011). Homelessness comes to school. Kappan Magazine.
Retrieved from Here.

Ringer, B.D. (2015). College students experiencing homelessness: the consequence of failed macro policies. McNair Scholars Research Journal.
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Vissing, Y. M., & Diament, J., (1997). Housing distress among high school students. Social Work.
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Geckler, C., Beach, C., Pih, M., & Yan, L., (2008). Helping community college students cope with financial emergencies. mdrc. Retrieved from Here.

Titus, M. A., (2006). Understanding college degree completion of students with low socioeconomic status: the influence of the institutional financial context. Research in Higher Education.  
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http://www.daily49er.com/news/2016/08/28/cal-state-long-beach-aids-food-insecure-students-with-revamped-food-pantry/ *food pantry at Cal State LB. It was just launched this semester.

Barriers to success: housing insecurities for U.S. college students (2015, February). Insights into Housing and Community Development Policy.
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Broton, K., & Goldrick-Rab, S. (2016). The dark side of college (un)affordability: food and housing insecurity in higher education. Change The Magazine of Higher Learning.
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Cady, Clare L. (2014). Food insecurity as a student issue. Journal of College & Character, 15(4), 265-272.
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Coleman-Jensen, A., Gregory, C., & Singh, A. (2014). Household food security in the United States in 2013. USDA-ERS Economic Research Report, (173).
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Community colleges and student housing insecurity: new strategies for student success. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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Goldrick-Rab, S. (2013). Housing instability among college students. Center for Financial Security.
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Goldrick-Rab, S., Broton, K., & Elensberg, D. (2015). Hungry to learn: addressing food & housing insecurity among undergraduates. Wisconsin HOPE Lab.
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Martinez, S. M. Maynard, K., & Ritchie, L. D. (2016). Student food access and security study. University of California Global Food Initiative.
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Nellum, C. (2015). Fighting food insecurity on campus. Higher Education Today.
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Schallhorn, K. (2014). Rising cost of college prompts schools to open food pantries for hungry students. Campus Reform.
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Silva, M. R., Kleinert, W. L., Sheppard, A. V., Cantrell, K. A., Freeman-Coppadge, D. J., Tsoy, E., … Pearrow, M. (2015). The relationship between food security, housing stability, and school performance among college students in an urban university. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice (CSR), 1-16. doi:10.1177/1521025115621918
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Taliaferro, W. (2016). Aiding college students through effective access to emergency aid and food-housing insecurity relief. CLASP.
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What we’re learning: food and housing insecurity among college students a data update from the Wisconsin HOPE lab (2016). Wisconsin HOPE Lab.
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Anderson, N. (2016). This is #realcollege: some students struggle to pay for food, housing. The Washington Post.
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Bhargava, V., Lee, J. S., Jain, R., Johnson, M. A., & Brown, A. (2012). Food insecurity is negatively associated with home health and out-of-pocket expenditures in older adults.Journal of Nutrition, 142(10), 1888-1895.
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Broton. K., Frank, V., & Goldrick-Rab, S. (2014). Safety, security, and college attainment: an investigation of undergraduates’ basic needs and institutional response. Wisconsin HOPE Lab.
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Broton, K., & Goldrick-Rab, S. (2014). The problem of college students without reliable housing. Scholars Strategy Network
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Chaparro, M. P., Zaghloul, S. S., Holck, P., & Dobbs, J. (2009). Food insecurity prevalence among college students at the university of Hawai’i at Ma¯noa. Public Health Nutrition, 12(11), 2097-2103.
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Dubick, J., Mathews, B., & Cady, C. (2016). The challenge of food insecurity for college students. Hunger on Campus.
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Gaines, A., Robb, C. A., Knol, L. L., & Sickler, S. (2014). Examining the role of financial factors, resources and skills in predicting food security status among college students. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 38, 374-384.
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Hackett, B. (2016). Survey: food insecurity impacts nearly half of college students. NASFAA.
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Marcos, A. (2016). Food and housing security task force. CSUF ASC Campus Dining.
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Martin, A. (2016) Conference highlights food, housing insecurity among CSU students. Turlock Journal.
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Mercado, V. Uncovering food and housing insecurity among college students. Ed.D. Educational Leadership.
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Murphy, K. (2016). Homeless and hungry in college: not just a ‘ramen-noodle’ problem. Mercury News.
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Nargi, L. A striking number of college students are food insecure. can campus farms help? Civil Eats.
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Nielsen, R. B., Garasky, S. B., & Chatterjee, S. (2010). Food insecurity and out-of-pocket medical expenditures: Competing basic needs? Family & Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 39(2), 138-152.
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Patton- Lopez, M. M., Lopez-Cevallos, D. F., Cancel-Tirado, D. I., & Vazquez, L. (2011). Prevalence and correlates of food insecurity among students attending a midsize rural university in Oregon. Regular Issue, Research Briefs.
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Sabia, J. J., & Nielsen, R. B. (2015). Minimum wages, poverty, and material hardship: New evidence from the SIPP. Review of Economics of the Household, 13(1), 95-134. doi:10.1007/s11150-012-9171-8
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Sackett, C., Goldrick-Rab, S., & Broton, K. (2016). Addressing housing insecurity and living costs in higher education a guidebook for colleges and universities. Wisconsin HOPE LAB.
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Supports for success: homelessness and housing insecurity among college students. Single Stop.
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Terriquez, V., & Gurantz, O. (2014) Financial challenges in emerging adulthood and students’ decisions to stop out of college. Sage Journals. doi: 10.1177/2167696814550684
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Tsui, E., Freudenberg, N., Manzo, L., Jones, H., Kwan, A., & Gagnon. (2011) Hosing instability at CUNY: Results from a survey at CUNY undergraduate students. The Campaign for a Healthy CUNY.
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Tomar, D. Hungry to learn: food insecurity spreads on campus. The Best School Magazine.
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Unprecedented research on student food and housing security. (2016). Humboldt State now.
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Watanabe, T., & Newell, S. (2016). Four in 10 UC students do not have a consistent source of high-quality, nutritious food, survey says. Los Angeles Times.
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Bader, E. J. (2016). Students with nowhere to stay: homelessness on college campuses. Truthout.
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Dean, S. (2016). New study on food insecurity amongst college students. Move for Hunger.
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Goldrick-Rab, S., & Broton, K. (2016). To cut costs, college students are going hungry. U.S. News.
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Hoyt, E. (2015). “Food insecurity” is the new hunger & it’s prevalent on U.S. college campuses. Fastweb.
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Nguyen, J. (2016). Homelessness in college. Edudemic.
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McKenna, L. (2016). The hidden hunger on college campuses. The Atlantic.
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Sloane, W. (2016). Hunger. Inside Higher ED.
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Callejas, J. (2015). Food insecurity on college campuses. The Chronicle.
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Colarusso, L. M. (2015). The problem some college students face alongside finals: getting enough to eat. The Hechinger Report.
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Dukes, C. (2013). College access and success for students experiencing homelessness: a toolkit for educators and service providers. National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth.
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Dunning, A. (2016). Homeless youth and higher education. Affordable Colleges Online.
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Gross, L. (2013). College campuses see rise in homeless students. USA Today.
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Miller, P. M. (2011). A critical analysis of the research on student homelessness. Review of Educational Research,81(3), 308-337. doi: 10.3102/0034654311415120.
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Nelson, L. A. (2011). In college, without a home. Inside Higher Ed.
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